REVIEWS

Turning Tide [Andrew Muir, UK, 2018]

The chemistry between David and the Nazi soldier is brilliant. So much is said through wordless communication, and is all the better for its

Tommy [Mike Stevens, Canada, 2018]

Lance Birley also gives a solid performance as callous father Frank Dupree, whose beefy malice is reminiscent of John Goodman’s quietly terr

You or Me [Yana Zinov, USA, 2019]

The short opens with an image of BDSM magazines strewn across a coffee table, yet while the theme of masochism runs throughout the film, it

Piercing Stillness [Arepo, Italy, 2019]

Although, in his director’s statement Arepo writes that his motives are to celebrate stillness in a world so caught up with movement, this s

Iyakkunar [Harish Gokul, India, 2018]

This short film eschews a conventional plot structure to get right to the heart of its message. As many short pieces make the mistake of try

Entrance No Exit [Jo Southwell, UK, 2018]

Long haul flights are rarely oases of unencumbered comfort. Zero leg room, crying babies and that dreaded centre seat seem like nothing, how

Featured Articles
Recent Articles
Archive
Search By Tags
Follow Us
  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Facebook - Black Circle
  • Twitter - Black Circle
  • Instagram - Black Circle

For their support, we'd like to thank:

cinemaforalllogo_xtralarge_edited.jpg

Copyright © 2018-2020. All rights reserved. FRAME LIGHT Group Ltd. (FLG)

Registered No: 11466316 (England and Wales).